The Annual Spring Concert of Bishop McCort Catholic High School was
conducted at the Guzzi Performing Arts Center. (Click here for photos.)
Going to states!
Winners in the VI Track & Field Champions are bound for the PIAA State
Track & Field Champions on Friday, May 24 and Saturday, May 25.
Representing Bishop McCort will be (from left) Tahlyn Miller, Hollis Helsel,
Ally Seidel, Katie Downey, Megan Downey and Shannon O'Reilly. For
more information visit the athletics home page. Click here for more track
photos (for prints contact Photos & More at 266-3333).
Bishop's Night for Vocations
Bishop McCort Catholic High School participants, contest winners
and religion teachers attending the event were (from left): Nick
Spinelli, Katie Wensel, Mrs. Susan Brett, Mikayla Hagerty, Kayleigh
Gaborek, Kathleen O'Reilly, Brianna Stewart, Rev. Mike Wolfe and
Zane Price. The event, sponsored by The Diocesan Vocation Office
and Serra Club of Altoona and Cambria Counties, was conducted at
the Our Lady of Loretto Community Hall.
The Bishop McCort Prom was conducted Saturday at Green Gables in Jennerstown.
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5K FunD RUN/WALK
More than 100 people participated in the recent Bishop McCort 5K FunD Run/Walk to benefit student programming, including upgrading the Fine Arts Department, purchasing student iPads, increasing student scholarship assistance, purchasing athletic equipment, and a range of other activities. (Click here for photos.)
Nearly 90 units of blood were recently collected during Bishop McCort Catholic High School’s semiannual blood drive. The blood was donated by students, parents and friends of McCort. Above left, Paul Haffer of the Red Cross prepares McCort senior Emily Daley – an organizer of the event -- to donate blood. Above right, blood drive student volunteers include (from left) Molly Thompson, Morgan Shumaker, Sydney Price, Lauren Grasser and Sarah Marchegiani.
Bishop McCort Catholic High School has announced they will host the Third Annual Gene Schultz Memorial Baseball Tournament at Point Stadium on Friday, April 19 and Saturday, April 20. The tournament was created to honor Mr. Gene Schultz, the legendary baseball coach and teacher at Bishop McCort, who guided the Crushers for 26 years.
This year marks a special milestone for the tournament. Two of Coach Schultz’s granddaughters are freshmen at Bishop McCort and will take part in the pregame festivities prior to Friday’s game between Bishop McCort and Conemaugh Township. Mikayla Hagerty will perform the national anthem and Libby Rager will throw out the first pitch.
The pairings for the opening round of the tournament on Friday April 19th will have Westmont vs. Hollidaysburg at 4:00 p.m. and Bishop McCort vs. Conemaugh Township in the 7:00 p.m. game. Saturday will feature the Consolation game at 1:00 p.m. and the Championship game 4:00 p.m. All games will be played at the Point Stadium. The Crushers won the tournament in each of the past two seasons.
For more information, click here.